Far-Left Violence Out of Control in America
By: Bill O'ReillyMay 2, 2016
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Yesterday in Seattle a May Day, anti-capitalism protest turned violent.

A number of police officers were injured, one hit by a Molotov cocktail.

Some protesters were arrested, but nothing will really happen to them.

In California and Indiana, protests included young children.

Now protesting can be a good thing, think Boston Tea Party.

But it's how you do it.

Certainly some voting for Donald Trump are protesting, but they are using the ballot.

Some on the far left, however, want to destroy, not protest.

The subversives in Seattle were organized and planned their mayhem.

But again, the local system out there is so off the chart left, little will happen to these people even though they hurt police officers.

There comes a point when a political movement becomes destructive, and that point has been reached with the far left.

And we have a very personal example for you tonight.

Jesse Watters was confronted in Washington over the weekend by a far-left zealot who hectored him and provoked a confrontation.

Here's the back story:

In August 2006, I did a commentary on the Radio Factor which warned young Americans not to get intoxicated and put themselves in danger.

I was clearly talking about safety based on the murder of 18-year old Jennifer Moore from New Jersey.

Ms. Moore and a girl friend came into New York City, got drunk, separated and she wound up dead:

O’REILLY: “Jennifer Moore, 18, on her way to college.  She was 5-foot-2, 105 pounds, wearing a miniskirt and a halter top with a bare midriff.  Now, again, there you go.  So every predator in the world is gonna pick that up at two in the morning.  She's walking by herself on the West Side Highway, and she gets picked up by a thug, alright.  Now she's out of her mind, drunk.  And the thug takes her over to New Jersey in the cab and kills her and rapes her and does all these terrible things to her.  And the thug is so stupid, he uses her cell phone, and the cops trace it back to him and they -- and they arrest him and charge him with murder.”

Her killer Draymond Coleman pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 50 years in prison.

Three years after Ms. Moore's murder in 2009, I was doing a fundraiser for the It Happened to Alexa Foundation, which helps rape victims all over the USA.

It's a fine organization, badly needed in America, and I have been supporting it for years.

A crazy-left website called Think Progress tried to jam the fundraiser by saying that I had partially blamed Jennifer Moore for her own murder, a despicable lie.

It doesn't get lower or more vicious than that.

The woman who wrote the smear piece, Amanda Terkel, was interviewed a short time later by Jesse Watters:

JESSE WATTERS: “You wrote a blog about Bill O'Reilly going to speak for this great function, this charity group.  And you attacked him personally, and you attacked the foundation.  And you brought a lot of pain and suffering to this group.  What's your reaction?”

AMANDA TERKEL: “What I remember was writing was highlighting a comment that Bill O'Reilly had said, and that's what I remember doing.  I don't remember attacking the foundation.”

WATTERS: “What did Bill O'Reilly say?”

TERKEL: “I can't remember exactly what he had said.”

And that was the end of that until Saturday night.

Citing the interview with Terkel, this man Ryan Grim, who works for the Huffington Post, confronted Jesse Watters at a party after the correspondents' dinner.

A scuffle ensued and Watters will brief us about it a bit later on.

The whole thing was insane.  This Grim character had no business bothering Jesse Watters about anything.

But that is what the far left does, they seek to harm people with whom they disagree.

Talking Points has had enough.  All far-left kooks who cause trouble and break the law will be held to account here.

And a special memo to local precincts, you should really prosecute people who hurt cops and bystanders aggressively.

That's the memo.

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